class="source">Source: CBS News.
On taking credit: "Women attribute their success to working hard, luck and help from other people. Men will attribute whatever success they have ... to their own core skills." On women who don't lean forward: "They say, 'Oh, I'm busy. I want to have a child one day. I couldn't possibly ... take on any more.' Or 'I'm still learning on my current job.' I've never had a man say that stuff to me." On sharing the load at home: "You cannot have a full career and a full life at home with your children if you are also doing all the housework and child care." On assigning blame: "I'm not blaming women. ... There's an awful lot we don't control. I'm saying there's an awful lot we can control and we can do for ourselves, to sit at more tables, raise more hands." And finally: "I'm not saying that everyone has the resources or opportunities I have. I'm not saying that everyone's husband is going to wake up tomorrow ... and start doing his share. I am saying that we need to help women own the power they have, learn how to negotiate for raises, get the pay they deserve."
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg has given few interviews before her book launch, but she's kicking off a major media campaign with a taped appearance Sunday on CBS's "60 Minutes." Here are some excerpts from that interview: